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How to make some layers an "inactive backgound image"?

A - answer There are several approaches for making parts of your AutoCAD drawing "inactive" - i.e. not including it into osnaps, hatch borders, etc.

  1. You can lock some layers - locked layers do not participate on edit operations.
  2. You can WBLOCK some parts of your drawing, erase them and reattach them as an Xref. Attached xrefs can be suppressed.
  3. You can publish your drawing to a DWF file and reaattach it (at the same coordinates) as an underlay with the DWFATTACH command. The DWFOSNAP variable controls the object snaps on DWF "entities".
ACADLTADTCivilACADM
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17.7.2009    9498×  

See also:
Tip 13296:How to correctly load a KML/KMZ file into Civil or Map 3D?
Tip 13131:How to crop an image or PDF underlay in Revit?
Tip 12847:How to make transparent mask for raster maps in Autodesk Infraworks?
Tip 12844:How to import maps from a WMTS source into Civil or Map 3D?
Tip 12361:Seamlessly connected images by irregular clipping in AutoCAD (or LT).


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